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with julian epstein and larry, talk about future tax hikes, holding back a jobs recovery? >> that's right, that's right, brenda. well, you know, certainly for consumers that are work being that have 401(k) plans they may be feeling more confident these days, but their employers don't share the optimism. they're worried what's ahead and what's ahead are future tax increases, for small business owners still, these are people that own delis and dry cleaners and pave your driveways, not fat cats and million fairs and billionaires, they're average work people and concerned about the environment. and national independent business owners a record number of people. a bad time to start a business and a bad time to hire people. and that's not going to inspire jobs in this country, which is exactly what we need right now. >> okay, clearly larry is not excited about this. julian, what do you say? which tax plan? >> i don't know why larry is screaming at everybody. i mean, look, the numbers here yesterday and the job numbers are very, very good, falling to below 8%, a good sign and vindication that th
of supervisors. as the candidates here tonight, london breed, julian davis, hope johnson, andrew resignato and thea selby answered. christina olague has not answered any of the questions. the survey responses were provided to team of uc hasteings ings students and representatives of league of women voters, who drew up the questions for tonight's debate. the results of the candidate survey are used by the san francisco public press to create a non-partisan voter guide that summarizes where the candidates stand on the issue and will be available on the website soon. meanwhile hvnnjp. preview you may pick up a copy of the current issue of the san francisco public press at the table in the back of the room, which has a fold out summarizing the candidates' position. a little bit about the format of this evening's event. each question will be directed to three candidates or in some cases two. each of these candidates will have one minute to respond. following the named candidates' responses, other candidates may elect to use one of their three discretionary time cards, which they have all been
. >> reporter: like the guns that killed 10-year-old julian's big brother, manny. >> my brother was shot and killed halloween night at a gas station when we went to get a can of coke. >> reporter: your brother was paralyzed? >> yes. >> reporter: did you go to see him? >> yeah, a couple of times. but my brother, he wasn't healing up right, so, it was a really tough decision for my parents to make, but they decided to let him pass. >> reporter: did they talk to you about it? >> i remember the day in the hospital, i told my mom, man, i can't wait until manny can come home. my mom said, manny isn't coming home. so, i just wanted to make sure that he knows, i love you, manny. >> reporter: they are children growing up in neighborhoods where haunted mothers walk the street, carrying pictures of lost daughters and sons. >> i keep telling them to stop, they just don't want to stop. they not listening. >> where is that coming from? >> reporter: where police is stretched thin. city officials, enraged. >> take your gang complex away from a 7-year-old. who raised you? >> reporter: the city is up agai
's as agile and ambidextrous as mitt romney, we have yet to meet him. let's meet julian epstein and washington post political columnist dana milbank. dana, romney's campaign didn't go a day without walking back the abortion shift. telling the "national review," governor romney would of course support legislation aimed at providing greater protections from life. he doesn't know his collarbone from his coccyx, does he? >> it's sounding more and more like a head injury. maybe it's so easy for him to change his mind that he's forgotten that he took all these positions previously. it does boggle the mind to some extent. what's even more surprising is how the conservatives at this point are letting him get away with it, as bill clinton was saying, they were all realizing, this ship is going down so it's better to have this guy completely reinventing himself than the devil they know, which is barack obama. so, they're in a way willing to hold their nose, yeah, let the spokesman issue off a clarification to keep the conservatives happy. but they're going to let him go ahead and say whatever he wants t
democratic strategist, julian epstein. thanks to both of you for being here. julian, i will let you go first, because this is tough one. we're looking at 29 companies who received $2 billion and yet another one bites the dust. how can the president defend that? what would you say? >> well, you would expect that a small percentage of companies that get federal grants, not just for the energy department, through a number of departments are going to have financial problems. melissa: it is not a small percentage. i have to stop you right away. solyndra, beacon power, ener1. evergreen. you have sun power and nevada geothermal teetering on the edge. we're getting close to half. that is not a small percentage. >> no. i think dollars you're still looking at small percentage. let me finish my point if you may. melissa: go ahead. >> reports we have $249 million in grants is more like 129. it is not really clear, 129 million. not really clear the taxpayers are on the hook here because the grants were for domestic production facilities. those production facilities are being bought by johnson controls. m
'll be sure to keep you posted. >>> coming up, kim and kanye on the hunt and julian assange's strange house guest. your entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, we'll talk turkey about one minnesota neighborhood and its new peeping tom. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back on "early today" on this wednesday morning. a beautiful dry day on the west coast. tomorrow with the upper level low and the in northwest with a series of storms starting on friday. everyone will see a day similar to yesterday. tomorrow we increase the chance of moisture of showers and thunderstorms in the northwest. thursday should be seattle and portland's last dry day for a while. if you're watching us on kgw news channel 8, in wood burn, climb a giant spider wed, shoot a pumpkin cannon at the wooden shoe. ever since "children of the corn" and "maliki," i can't do a corn maze. >>> all right, bill. thanks so much. in entertainment news, tmz reports radio host bubba the love sponge was behind the leaking of a six-year-old sex tape involving his ex-wife and his best friend, wrestling legend hulk ho
's get busy. we have a lot of work to do. >> hello, my name is julian largos and i'm running for district 7 supervisor because in 99% of san franciscans are tired of politics and i will be a representative who will look out for the best interest. that person is me. in 2008 i ran for the same office and finished second behind the current termed out incumbent. those optimistic electoral votes from that race made it clear to me the voters of district 7 were ready for change for the better. that is why i'm running again in 2012. things have worsened in our city since 2012. more people are out of work. more residents come to live here and leaving in droves, but many are fed up with the growing lack of accountability coming from the board of supervisors. one of the main reasons i'm running is that the special interests who control city hall need to have their power placed in check. currently major developers have their sights set on manhattanizing our district like the new park merced project. these kind of projects need to be opposed because they contribute to the displacement of our citizens,
karen finney, who is a democratic strategist. also julian epstein, who is a democratic strategist, and here in new york msnbc political analyst professor michael eric dyson. professor dyson, mitt romney's wife says she's concerned about his mental health. paul ryan says he's inarticulate. if he can't think straight and he can't speak properly, is mitt romney george bush in disguise? >> i'll tell what you. i want to give you the baseline, i don't have time to give you the numbers. look, obviously this is a campaign that has gone awry. his great he is help mete, his wife, has revealed his greatest fault line. his own wife casting suspicion on the -- >> to be fair you have extrapolated somewhat. do you really think that that comment by his wife indicated a genuine anxiety she has for his mental well-being? >> well perhaps, an unspoken one. i don't think that obviously when she said mental well-being, i think she's talking about the emotional. the toughness it takes to stand in office. i'm not suggesting he somehow has borderline personality. i'm suggesting that the border states howe
. in washington msnbc political analyst, karen finney. ab na marie cox, and julian epstein. good afternoon to all of you. karen, we're hearing from our own kristin welker is the president is likely to bring up romney's taped comments about the 47% being a bunch of feckless freeloaders, but isn't the problem here that mitt romney will simply claim that he never said such a thing whether it's on tape or not? just as he has on his tax plan that is estimated to leave a $5 trillion hole in revenues. just as he does with everything else. it just didn't happen. >> well, sure, she's going to try to do that. but i think if president obama is well-prepared to deliver the goods, he will remind the audience that's watching that some of the people in that very audience may be part of that 47% or let's talk about the impact, some of the ideas romney has talked about would have on that 47%. so i think there's a way that regardless of whether romney stands there and says uh-uh, wasn't me, the president can push back and say, wait a second, let's take a look at when you talk about, you know, medicare and when you
" and an msnbc political analyst, and julian epstein, a political strategist. karen, the centers for disease cell says maternal mortality, while low, has doubled in the past 25 years. can you please explain to me the mania that causes republicans like mr. walsh to couch their anti-choice arguments in the most ridiculous misappropriation of the evidence and the skin? >> you know, martin, clearly they're going to sit and cite those left wing conspiracy theory was the data points. joe walsh and todd akin have taught me a lot about my body that i never knew, and i think we should be paying attention. women have mystical powers we never knew. medicine has clearly advanced to the point that every woman just doesn't have to worry anymore. it's really quite scientific the way they've gotten to these conclusions. >> you're saying, karen, your own personal health has been helped by mr. akin, mr. ryan, and others. >> absolutely. and i expect when they return to congress, they are going to actually create a new curriculum for students for health education because i think there's a wealth of information we're
stay tuned. facebook's earnings. the great julian robert son. find out what he's investing in right now. that's coming up on the second hour of the "closing bell." i'll see you tomorrow. >>> it is 4:00 on wall street. do you know where your money is? i'm maria bartiromo. the dow plunging better than 200 points. a second time in three sessions. we saw a 200-plus point decline on disappointing earnings. the market finishing down 242 points. the low was 262. take a look at how we're settling out today with the industrial average now at 13,103 with a decline of nearly 2%. nasdaq gave up 26 points. that was nearly 1%. the s&p 500 tonight down 20 points, about 1.5%, at 1413. we're moments away from earnings out of facebook, the story of the year. maybe it's actually apple. netflix also coming out with earnings. first, what a day it was for markets. let's get right to the action and what this may mean for tomorrow and the next day and the next month and year. bob, let me kick this off with you. what did you see in the market today? >> i think the important thing is the market disappointed
, democratic strategist julian epstein and in washington msnbc political analyst professor michael eric dyson. julian, how does the romney/ryan argument of getting rid of government, giving it back to the states, not having a federal emergency management agency, how does that work on a day like today when 60 million americans may be affected by this storm? >> well, first of all, martin, as you indicated at the top of the show, our hearts and prayers go out to the people who are affected by this storm. that's first and foremost. secondly, to the extent politics enters this conversation, this discussion really highlights the difference in philosophies. when there is a crisis in this country, as there was during hurricane katrina in 2005 or the economic crisis in 2008, 2009, republicans believe that you are on your own. that's what the republicans did during katrina, under the president bush administration, that's what they wanted to do when we had an economic crisis in october of '08. that's what they said to the auto industry when the auto industry was on the verge of bankruptcy. democrats, on
public discourse. >> i want to ask about wikileaks founder julian assange who spoke by video link to a side meeting at the u.n. general assembly from inside the ecuadorean embassy in london where he is taking refuge. ecuador has granted him diplomatic asylum to prevent him from being extradited to sweden. he is concerned about being sent to sweden to answer questions about two women who have said he sexually abused them because he is concerned sweden will then extradite him to the united states, where he is concerned he potentially face charges relating to wikileaks. this is an excerpt of his address at the un >> the u.s. administration is trying to correct a national regime of secrecy, a national regime where any government employee revealing sensitive information to a media organization can be sentenced to death. like imprisonment or espionage. and journalists from the media organization with them. we should not underestimate the scale of the investigation which has happened into wikileaks. >> that was julian assange from wikileaks. glenn greenwald, your final comment? these kin
, julian epstein, who is a democratic strategist, and ken vogel, chief investigative reporter for polpolitico. paul ryan has conceded that mitt romney's 47% comments were inarticulate. they seem to acknowledge that the 47%, largely the elderly, working poor, veterans, but now ryan sounds as if he agrees with mitt. which is it? >> that's right. you could imagine john mccain in 2008 saying, wait a second, that 47% is made up of veterans who have paid their debt to society with blood literally. it's made up of mostly working people, most of that 47% are working americans, working middle class, working poor. >> hard working who earn less than $30,000 a year. >> or even $40,000 or $50,000 and many of those -- many of that 47% is made up of seniors. you know, this network is going to have a new poll later today that's going to show the race tightening and the national numbers but not in the battleground states i think. one of the big reasons for that, one of the big underreported reasons for that is how the romney/ryan ticket has offended seniors. we've talked about how this ticket
, julian epstein is a democratic strategist and former chief minority counsel to the house judiciary committee and maria teresa kumar is president and ceo of voter latino. julian, it is breathtaking to observe mr. ryan at work. he breezes past the constitutional separation of church and state, and if that wasn't astonishing enough, he then argued that the supreme court has no business ruling on the issue in the first place. i mean, is it his view that a mormon bishop like mitt romney should decide the issue? >> well, it's a good question, martin. look, the easy answer, one easy answer to his point about separating faith from your public life is the catholic church also says divorce is wrong, but the catholic church does not say that if you're an elected official who happens to be catholic that you must impose a divorce prohibition on the rest of the country. look, what happened last night and why it was so significant is because the chickens are now coming home to roost. mitt romney and the republican party have a very extreme position when it comes to contraception and abortion, a p
's not what i do as commander in chief. >> joining us from washington is julian epstein and matt miller, washington post columnist and also an msnbc contributor. thank you to both of you for being here. julian, this repulsive attempt to exploit the tragedy in libya occurred in front of our very eyes. we don't need six bogus studies. we saw it. and while the president stood up for the very best values in public service, defending the integrity of those who lost their lives and as secretary of state, one has to say that mitt romney was exposed as lying on the facts and exploiting the dead. >> i think that's correct. i think the fact that the romney campaign is grasping to try to politicize this campaign tells you a lot where the romney campaign thinks they are in this election which is, as we all know, not in a good place particularly when it comes to ohio. look, the fact of the matter is this. the facts on the ground in the days after the attack on the embassy in libya, all the eyewitnesss were saying they thought the video was the major factor that sparked the protests and attacks. obam
of remorse. we have julian epstein, jonathan capehart, and here with me in new york, msnbc political analyst jonathan alter, a columnist for the bloomberg view. john capehart, if i can start with you, in the first debate mr. romney was antagonistic. in the second debate much more friendly to the president. in the third debate he became the president, agreeing with virtually everything that the commander in chief said. that debate, that wasn't a debate. that was political osmosis. >> it was incredible. as i wrote today, what a waste of time. at a certain point i began to feel like i either was listening to them in stereo or sitting in an echo chamber. mitt romney, who has campaigned on a whole lot of issues, foreign policy issues, suddenly -- >> john, i'm sorry to interrupt you -- john, i'm sorry to interrupt you, you said it was a waste of time. how can it possibly be a waste of time when a candidate for president of this country is exposed as utterly ignorant in foreign policy, who looks at an atlas and throws out the country mali it give the impression he knows something about sub-saharan
they're just saving us the time. joining us in washington a julian epstein, a democratic strategist, and here in new york, michael hastings, a correspondent for buzz feed and an author. julian, we were told to expect a major policy speech on economics from mitt romney today. i listened to it. in fact, it was the same broken record on tax cuts and less regulation speech that i can give you blind drunk word for word. is that all he has to offer after six years of campaigning? >> yes. i would say weak tea in a new kettle. and this is all, in fact, romney has to offer, and i think this is where democrats have to focus the debates. the republicans and romney have nothing to offer on the economy other than the tax plan, which even if you concede the arguments he makes, won't really do anything for the economy or for jobs. he wants to keep tacks at 15% of gdp. that's where they are. he wants to lower rates and earned deductions. that's not an economic policy. democrats also need to continue the focus on this question of choice, that romney and the republicans want to tyke a woman's right t
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